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Samsung Cancels Galaxy S22 FE To Boost S22 Ultra Supply

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Samsung is said to have stopped the production of the Galaxy S22 FE, and the phone won't ever see daylight. 

The information originates directly from South Korean media outlets. 

Elec claims that an issue with the chip and the increased demands of Galaxy S22 Ultra pushed the company to make this grueling decision.

The good news is that the FE series isn't being put on hold as the plans are to launch the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE sometime next year.

Samsung Galaxy S22 FE was meant to feature the same powerful chipsets as the Ultra; however, the impressive performance of the flagship S Pen led the manufacturer to rethink its plan for 2022. 

Samsung was planning to produce 3 million copies of Fan Edition, and the number of units will be the main goal for S23 Fan Edition.

But, Samsung is reportedly striving towards its goal of 10 million units sold for its Galaxy S22 Ultra and is required to allocate more resources to its manufacturing.

In the preliminary plans for 2023, Samsung plans to market 30 percent more Ultras, which is 13.3 million units. 

The basic Galaxy S23 is expected to sell 8.5 million units. In contrast, the Plus is likely the least popular among consumers, with only 6.5 million expected sales.